Cylindrical quiver for the early Middle Ages. This form of quivers appears most likely with the arrival of the Huns, that is in the IV-V century AD, and is distributed throughout the great steppe, which is called “from the sea to the sea” to the XIV – XV century. Then they are replaced by flat quivers. This form can be traced among the Huns, Alans, Khazars, Bulgars, Hungarians, Mongols, and almost all other peoples who somehow came into contact with the steppe in this millennium. You may see the Europeans on the photos also using same arrow cases.
Leather of natural tanning, stamping on leather, hand stitching.
Clips of bone f3/ antler.